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10 School Planning Tips

Is it possible for your child with food allergies to safely attend school? Of course! But careful planning and a partnership with school staff are key to success. Read our 10 school planning tips so you can prepare for the next school year now.

Help Your Child's School Create Safer, Allergy-Friendly Classrooms

Forty-five percent of severe allergic reactions happen in the classroom. Many of the reactions happen in children who have don't even have a known food allergy. Help your child's school create safe classrooms, promote inclusiveness and reduce the chance of allergic reactions with our Teal Classroom Kit. Download and share the guide with your child's teacher.

Help Us Improve the Lives of Children With Food Allergies

It is easier to manage food allergies with encouraging support. When you support KFA, you give someone access to a recipe database of allergy-friendly recipes. You help a parent connect with other parents managing the same food allergies. You advocate for better protections for people with food allergies. You help a caregiver save a child's life through educational information.

Please consider supporting KFA. You can be part of our mission that makes a difference in the lives of families raising children with food allergies.



Regional Epinephrine Auto-Injector Shortages Continue

In various regions in the U.S., supplies of certain epinephrine auto-injectors continue to be limited. And as the school year approaches, demand will increase. 

But there's good news: There is no shortage of epinephrine. And there are several types of epinephrine devices available. Learn about the different devices on the market so you can work with your child's doctor to fill your prescriptions now before demand increases.

AAFA Responds to Premature ICER Review of New Peanut Allergy Treatments

Recently, the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) published a report on their findings on current and upcoming treatments for peanut allergy. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) address concerns about the report. (KFA is a division of AAFA.)


24 New Recalls and Product Alerts Due to Undeclared Allergens

Frito-Lay Lay’s Lightly Salted Barbecue Flavored Potato Chips  (undeclared milk) and Northgate Market Marinated Beef and Chicken Cubes (undeclared wheat) are among the foods recently recalled. Get more details about the recent recalls.

Thank you for your continued support.

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